Think you don’t have enough time to get organized? Think again!
These days, getting organized can be easy, thanks to podcasts. Not everyone has time to sit down and read a self-help organizing book, but with podcasts, even the busiest of busies can get some quick organization and decluttering tips. Just put your earphones in and load up an episode during your commute, while you’re running errands, or right before bed. You’ll be surprised at how much your life can change with just a few simple tips a day.
Here are some of our favorite home and organization podcasts, in no particular order.
Milburn and Nicodemus started The Minimalists website in 2010. Since then, they’ve published three books and released the documentary Minimalism (you may have seen it on Netflix). This podcast focuses on the whys of decluttering, rather than the hows.
Looking for a home decorating podcast that can make you laugh? This is the one for you – join designers Anita, Yvonne and Kelly as they share decorating tips and tricks.
Inspired by her lifestyle blog “The Simply Luxurious Life,” blogger Shannon Ables shares tips on how to live a “refined life” on everyday income.
Hosts Betsy and Warren Talbot talk about how to declutter your life – whether it’s shifting your perspective or uncluttering your business – so you can live a truly fulfilling life.
Yes, millennials homemake too! Jackie Alexander and Jaclyn Humble give tips and takeaways “to achieve your Pinterest perfect home on an entry-level budget.”
This Q&A show is hosted by Denaye Barahona inspires simple living through a minimalist approach. Bonus: Parents will find this podcast especially helpful, as the host offers tons of advice for positive parenting.
If you’re a real estate agent or preparing to sell your home, this podcast is for you! This podcast is about everything home staging, real estate, and getting your home ready to sell.
Host Dana K White shares down-to-earth decluttering wisdom. Plus, she’s devastatingly funny.
Melissa and Kate (self-described “laid-back moms”) explore family minimalism to help you create a happier, simpler home.
10. Good To Be Home
Russ and Mika Perry share advice for living a successful and balanced lifestyle. This podcast is geared towards families, and explores how to balance business and life.
Life can be stressful. Hosts Dan and Vanessa Hayes take you through their journey of trying to live a simpler life in a modern world. They share advice on simplifying daily tasks, organization, and evaluating priorities.
Host Sara talks about mindful living, sustainability, conscious consumerism, and cultivating personal contentment. These bite-sized episodes (2-5 minutes) are perfect for a quick pick-me-up throughout your busy day.
Professional organizer Lisa Woodruff offers no-fluff tips on home organization, strategies and motivation.
These weekly episodes dish out casual decorating advice, DIY stories, interviews with experts, and tons of tips that will help you simplify and organize your home. Hosts Sherry and John Petersik have written two New York Times best-selling books, so you can be sure they know what they’re talking about.
Award-winning professional organizer and coach Julie Coraccio shares decluttering tips that ultimately help us discover our passions and lead the extraordinary lives we were meant to live.
Twice a week, Mark Dillon talks with organizing professionals, designers and mindfulness teachers who share amazing insights and techniques for how to live an inspired and organized life.
Kathi Lipp and Erin MacPherson offer decluttering advice through hope and humor.
This podcast offers quick tips and “meaty bites” that will help moms focus on what’s important.
We live in a fast world, there’s no doubt about it. Brooke McAlary, founder of SlowYourHome.com chats with people who have adopted a slower approach to life. Topics focus on simple living, slowing down, opting out, and saying no.
20. A to B Podcast
Hosts Autumn and Bethany are professional organizers who are searching for the answers to simplicity, organization and fun. Each episode dives into the world of organizing through interviews, tips, listener questions, and monthly challenges.